Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ClickExample/Execute


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    8282=== Test remote execution ===
    83 You can execute commands in a remote host using `ssh` if you are using a Mac or Linux. There is an omni script, `remote-execute` that automates this.
    84 The rest of the tutorial assumes you have access to the remote-execute script. If you are on a Windows host you have to SSH to each host and execute the command that is after the '-m' option, manually.
     83You can execute commands in a remote host using `ssh` if you are using Mac, Linux, or [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes#GitBashShell git bash] for Windows. There is an omni script, `remote-execute` that automates this.
     84The rest of the tutorial assumes you have access to the `remote-execute` script. If you are on a Windows host you may have to SSH to each host and execute the command that is after the '-m' option, manually.
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    8686  i. In your local terminal type :
    8787  {{{
    88   remote-execute --useSliceAggregates <slicename> -m "ls -a"
    89   }}}
    90   This will list all the files under the home directory of all hosts. To run it in only one host use the `--host` option
    91   {{{
    92   remote-execute --useSliceAggregates <slicename> -m "ls -a" --host top
     88remote-execute --useSliceAggregates <slicename> -m "ls -a"
     89  }}}
     90  This will list all the files under the home directory of all hosts. To run it on only one host use the `--host` option
     91  {{{
     92remote-execute --useSliceAggregates <slicename> -m "ls -a" --host top
    9393  }}}
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